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Liv Tyler Yearns To Be A British Farm Girl

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A couple years back, Liv Tyler mentioned that her son Milo loved imaging that he owned a tractor and lived on a farm — so it’s no big surprise that the actress herself is one day looking forward to doing just that.

In a new interview with Elle magazine, Tyler admits that she yearns for the rural life.

“Before I die I want to live on a farm with chickens, a vegetable garden and a John Deere tractor,” she said.

The 32-year-old would love a place similar to that owned by her friend Stella McCartney, who rears sheep and grows organic vegetables at her Georgian pile in in Gloucestershire. “A great night in? Stella McCartney’s house in the country. Once our kids are asleep it’s ‘grab the wine’ and take turns to talk boys and husbands.”

Tyler, who divorced her British husband Royston Langdon in 2008, currently lives in Los Angeles. The new issue of Elle hits newsstands this week.

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